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Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana (OKI) was a regional conclave of Three lodges from Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana; Shawnee #109, Zit-kala-sha #123, and Kiondaga #422 attended the event hosted by Z-K-S at Camp Covered Bridge. The Focus of the meeting was to share each lodges' knowledge of American Indian Activities (AIA).
Only one OKI conclave was ever held in 1951; Zit-kala-sha and Kiondaga would continue to meet for IKI conferences through 1960 with Kiondaga being host.